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HBN7L9614

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United KingdomPSL103

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2015-05-01 19:52:26  |  pauls writes:

Car to be at auction 5/15
www.coys.co.uk/auction.php

Auction description:
Lot 237 - 1960 Austin Healey 3000 Mk1
Estimate: £28,000 - £35,000
Registration Number: PSL 103
Chassis Number: H-BN7-L/9614

This very well-sorted 3000 Mk1 presents extremely well, having enjoyed a thorough older restoration by leading marque specialist JME Healey, to the tune of £50,000. The work was highly detailed, and well documented, covering all major mechanical components, body, paint and trim.

In the current ownership for 15 years, this lovely Healey has wanted for nothing. In 2014 the engine benefited from a rebuild by Healey specialists Orchard Restorations, a high lift camshaft was fitted, and the transmission overhauled by specialist Hardy Engineering. In the previous year the whole vehicle was repainted in the correct shade of Healey Blue.

The current vendor estimates to have spent £8,000 plus on maintenance and upkeep in his ownership. Finished in a beautiful combination of Healey Blue with contrasting navy leather, PSL 103 is a rare 2 seater BN7 model, of which only 2,825 were produced, compared with 10,825 for the 4 seater BT7.

Offered with UK V5, evidence of restoration and maintenance work, a sheaf of MoTs, and heritage certificate, this is a highly capable sportscar which is very much on the button.


2018-02-06 16:40:42  |  pauls writes:

Car to return to auction 2/18
www.coys.co.uk/cars/1960-austin-healey-3000-mk1-2

Auction description:
ESTIMATE £40,000- £50,000
Auction The London Classic Car Show 2018
Lot Number 142
Reg. Number UK Registered
Chassis Number H-BN7-L/9614
Year 1960
Make Austin Healey 3000 Mk1

This very well-sorted 3000 Mk1 presents extremely well, having enjoyed a thorough older restoration by leading marque specialist JME Healey, to the tune of £50,000. The work was highly detailed, and well documented, covering all major mechanical components, body, paint and trim.

In previous ownership this lovely Healey has wanted for nothing. In 2014 the engine benefited from a rebuild by Healey specialists Orchard Restorations, a high lift camshaft was fitted, and the transmission overhauled by specialist Hardy Engineering. In the previous year the whole vehicle was repainted in the correct shade of Healey Blue. Used sparingly by the current vendor the Healey has been maintained meticulously and comes with an Mot until August 2018.

Finished in a beautiful combination of Healey Blue with contrasting navy leather, PSL 103 is a rare 2 seater BN7 model, of which only 2,825 were produced, compared with 10,825 for the 4 seater BT7.

Offered with UK V5, evidence of restoration and maintenance work, a sheaf of MoTs, and heritage certificate, this is a highly capable sportscar which is very much on the button.


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